Geography - Montessori
A painted globe on a wooden stand. Land is represented by sand and water is painted blue. The wooden base of the globe holds the globe at the same angle as the earth's axis in relation to the sun. The purpose of this material is to introduce the child to the concept of earth as sphere and the earth is made of land and water (and air).
Ten cards illustrating the different land and water form shapes. These cards match the land and water form trays, and can be used for the abstraction and naming of the land and water forms. It includes a wooden holder as showing in the photo. Sheet Size: 19.2 x 19.2 cm.
This puzzle presents our solar system in a simple, fun way, with the sun, nine planets and Earth's moon represented by colored, wooden half-spheres. Each piece sits in its own inset spot, and silk-screened graphics on the board shown the planets' orbits as well as the elliptical track of Halley's comet around the sun. Dimension: 42.5 cm x 30.5 cm x 1.7 cm
This wooden puzzle map is 57 cm x 44.5 cm with a plastic knob located at the capital of each country and each state or territory of Australia. Beechwood frame protects edges from damage. The purpose of this product is to give the child greater knowledge of Australia.
30 cards showing 10 pictures of the famous landmarks from all over the world. The cards included the Leaning Tower of Pisa, the Eiffel Tower, the Taj Mahal, the Temple of the Inscriptions, the Pyramids of Giza, the Empire State Building, the Arch of Triumph, the Statue of Liberty, the Parthenon and the Big Ben. Each picture is clearly making it easy for the child to recognize it.